Al-Hikmah University Holds 2017/2018 Session Matriculation Ceremony.
No fewer than 690 students were admitted into the Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin during the 2017/2018 academic session matriculation ceremony held last weekend.
Speaking at the 13th matriculation ceremony of the institution, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Taofeek Ibrahim, praised the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for introducing Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) for admitting students.
He said the students were admitted into the faculties of education (64), humanities (243), management sciences (126), social sciences (203); natural sciences and law (54).
He reminded the freshers of the university’s rules and regulation.
“I need to inform you that the university maintains zero tolerance to any form of academic corruption, dishonesty, laziness and distrust.
“I implore you to comply fully with the moral dictates of this institution for the good image of the school and for your own success. You need to be reminded that you cannot harvest what never planted.
“I charge you all to be very serious with your studies, to be very morally upright and to avoid gangs of unserious students, drug abuse, sexual misbehaviour, fighting, examination malpractices and other vices that may lead to your rustication or expulsing from this institution to make your learning and stay in this university to be very conducive, comfortable and highly successful. This institution looks forward to you as Nigeria’s leaders of tomorrow.”
On the CAPS admission system, Ibrahim said its introduction by JAMB had been help in admission processing.